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La stabilité primaire d’implants ils® posés en site maxillaire atrophié associé à une technique d’élévation sinusienne par voie crestale : influence de la longueur implantaire

Abstract : Objectives: This study evaluate implants primary stability placed with IBS® technique in conjunction with trancrestal sinus lift in type 4 bone density and 4mm bone height. His aim is to evaluate through systematic review the implants primary stability placed with others transcrestal techniques and is to compare 7mm and 11mm implants primary stability using IBS® technique. Material and Methods: After sinus lift on fresh human cadavers IBS® Implants were placed in maxillary with 4mm residual ridge height. The primary stability was measured in implant quotient stability (ISQ) with an Ostell® device. Results: 48 IBS® implants were placed. 30 were 11mm long and 18 were 7mm long. There is a significant difference between IBS® implants primary stability and implants from systematic review (p<0,0001). There is so significant difference between 7mm and 11mm IBS® implants primary stability (p=0,0589). Correlation show a weak positive outcome for 7mm and 11mm IBS® implants primary stability (r = 0,17 and r = 0,28). Conclusions: IBS® primary stability is lower than implants primary stability found in systematic review. Moreover, implant length seems not influence their primary stability. Thus involve a greater surveillance during healing phase.
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Baptiste Bonamy. La stabilité primaire d’implants ils® posés en site maxillaire atrophié associé à une technique d’élévation sinusienne par voie crestale : influence de la longueur implantaire. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2020. ⟨dumas-03160294⟩

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